Programs and Events

The Estes Park Museum hosts programs and events throughout the year. If you have any questions about tours or upcoming programs, please contact the Curator of Interpretation

Information regarding online offerings can be found below. Please check back regularly to see the latest from the Estes Park Museum.

While the Museum was closed in 2020, many online programs were recorded. Those programs can be accessed on the Museum's YouTube playlist

Estes Park Museum Programs

Upcoming Programs:

Online Program: Estes Park Memories

On Friday, September 24, 2021 at 3:00 p.m. (MT) virtually join the Estes Park Museum and small panel of women who were employed as maids at the Stanley Hotel from 1965-1967. Lois Hansen, Sandra Batalden, Ann McCrory, and Nancy Haese will share their memories of their time working in the hotel and their stories of Estes Park in the mid-1960s. Attendees will have access to their camera and microphones during the program to better interact with the speakers.  No registration is required. Use the following link to participate:

Then & Now Fundraising Tours

Join the Estes Park Museum Friends & Foundation, Inc. as they host two different tours along the Elkhorn Avenue corridor, based on the title, Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park: Then & Now, Revised Edition. Special, small group (15 people) tours will be led by author and Historian Laureate Dr. James Pickering and photographers Derek Fortini and Mic Clinger. 

Ticket prices are $100 per individual, per tour. All tour proceeds support improvements to the Estes Park Museum Annex. CLICK HERE for further tour information. Reservations required. Please call (970) 586-6256 for reservations.

West End Tour: Wednesday, September 29, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Oral Histories:

The Estes Park Museum is making select oral histories available online. The videos will be available via the Town of Estes Park’s YouTube channel and can be accessed below:

Douglas Snively oral history

Bronson MacDonald oral history

Past Programs:

Miss an online program? No problem! 

Click here to access the previous Estes Park Museum programs